Steve Winter returns!
""I've been involved in publishing Dungeons & Dragons in one capacity or another since 1981. Currently I'm a freelance writer and designer in the gaming field."
-Steve Winter www.howlingtower.com
Martin Thomas returns!
"I am a dad. I'm the son of a Vietnam Veteran. I was born in Marin County. I'm part Irish - and lucky! [Wink] I come from a blue state. I'm a geek - in case you couldn't tell. I believe in all paths to games. I'm a character!"
-Martin Thomas www.daddyrolleda1.blogspot.com
Random Wizard returns...as a judge!
Random is a three time organizer for the One Page Dungeon Contest, a prolific blogger at Kirith.com, the developer of "Phase Four". the "Portable Hexenbracken" and co-author of "The Unearthed Hack".
Ross Payton Joins the One Page Dungeon Contest!
Host of the podcast Role Playing Public Radio and author of "Zombies of the World", "Curriculum of Conspiracy", "Road Trip", and the "Base Raiders" RPG
to name a few.
Judges were given a limited number of picks, and assinged their choices scores (1-10). The Entry with the largest score was designated "Best Overall One Page Dungeon". The next ten top scoring entries were declared winners in this years contest.
The catagories below are just for fun, and do not reflect the criteria used by the judges.
Best "Feature as a Bug"
"Teleportation Administration Substation 'Big Pineapple'"
By Luka Rejec
Deadliest Use of Geometry
By Ben Green
"Chambers of Chaos
Best Use of a "Pre-existing Condition"
"The Color of Fungi"
By Thom Wilson & Glynn Seal
Most "Mengelain" Antagonists
"The Mermaids' Knot"
By Michael Prescott
Best Grave Robbery
"Rapta in Pace"
By Jan Rippstein & Tobias Böttger
Wittiest Use of Wandering Monsters
By Vance Atkins
Best "Alternative Use" for a Magic Item
Most Peculiar "Repeat Offender"
"Where are the Villagers?"
Best "Alternative Perspective"
"Of No Small Power"
Mathew and Michael Iantorno
Best "Flammable Foliage"
"How to Survive a Fire Swamp"
79 entries in the 2017 OPDC were submitted!
All entries are recorded below in the order they were received.